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You Can Buy A Game Of Thrones Iron Throne Bed For Your Pet

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You Can Buy A Game Of Thrones Iron Throne Bed For Your Pet

For the people who have seen Game of Thrones, surely you will have looked at the Iron Throne and wondered what it must be like to sit on it.

It doesn't look all that comfortable but it sure would give you a glowing sense of power.

While it doesn't exist in real life, you are able to buy a much smaller replica to give your pet that same feeling that Cersei shows on her face any time she sits on the throne.

Credit: MadeForPets/Etsy
Credit: MadeForPets/Etsy
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Credit: MadeForPets/Etsy
Credit: MadeForPets/Etsy

At just $272, you can have your very own, much softer, Iron Throne for your mini direwolf.

Sure, it's not cheap, but how badass would it be if your little pet could sit there all regal-like, hopefully not picturing your bloody, messy demise.

The question of who will actually take the Iron Thone in the final Game of Thrones season is still very much unknown

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HBO has given us all a first glimpse of the character photos for the upcoming, and sadly final, instalment.

In total, 20 new images have been released to whet the appetite of GOT fans, who have (impatiently) waited for the final instalment for since season seven wrapped up in 2017.

Twitter also got in the on the act, revealing a list of who will be popping up in season eight - as well as some pretty cute emojis of them to boot.

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Fans of the show don't have too long to wait until they get to watch the final season of the show, which hit screens on 14 April.

Last month, HBO dropped the first official trailer, which didn't give away much, but did feature Jon Snow, Arya and Sansa Stark in the crypts underneath Winterfell and dropped a massive hint that the White Walkers are heading south.

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HBO CEO Richard Plepler has set expectation high, revealing that each episode is 'like a movie'.

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He told Variety recently: "It's a spectacle. The guys have done six movies. The reaction I had while watching them was, 'I'm watching a movie.'"

We've also been promised the biggest, bloodiest battle in the show's history - even more epic that the Battle of the Bastards.

Vladimir Furdik, who plays the Night King, told Hungarian website SorozatWiki: "In the third part of the last season, there is a battle that the creators intend to be the biggest in television history.

"Almost the full episode will be about the battle, it will take about an hour."

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Not too long to go now.

Featured Image Credit: MadeForPets/Etsy

Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film, Community, Animals, Game of Thrones

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